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Carb balance Has anyone experienced any issues with carbie balance?

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As far as carb balancing is concerned it is no where near as important as it is on a multi carb multi cylinder engine as all the mix from both our carbs goes into the same cylinder at the end of its journey. The main form of balancing carbs on our bikes is to ensure that they both have the same jets and needles fitted that the needle clip position and air screw adjustement are also the same and that the linkages are set and adjusted propery (and of course no air leaks or blocked jets on either ,

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